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Sadaf Malaterre

Sadaf Malaterre
Born (1975-08-01)August 1, 1975
Karachi, Pakistan
Nationality French
Occupation Fashion Designer
Labels Sadaf Malaterre

Sadaf Malaterre is a Pakistani fashion designer who has been running her eponymous label in Karachi, Pakistan since 2005.

Personal life

Sadaf Maalaterre was born in Karachi, Pakistan. She is half-French.

Career

In the early part of her career Sadaf Malaterre modeled for some of the biggest brands and fashion magazines in Pakistan. The designer is known for her bright colors and innovative techniques. Sadaf Malaterre is also known for using local embroidery techniques to create modern textures.

In 2011, Sadaf Malaterre became the first ever fashion designer in Pakistan to appoint a full service luxury marketing consultancy in Pakistan to look after her business affairs and communication.[1]

Accreditation

The designer is registered with the Pakistan Fashion Design Council and has shown her collections at all PFDC Sunsilk Fashion Week since 2009.[2] The designer also showed two collections with the now defunct Fashion Pakistan Week.

References

  1. ^ Haroon, Hanif (1 March 2011). "Sadaf Malaterre Unveils Groundbreaking Partnership". pressrelease.pk. Retrieved 11 March 2011. 
  2. ^ "Sadaf Malaterre Collection at PFDC Sunsilk Fashion Week 2010 Karachi". Fashion Central Pakistan. Retrieved 11 March 2011. 
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